Question about 1999 Ford Taurus
Check your dipstick to see if there is oil in the motor. Check your water. There is an additive called Lubegard that may help. Seems this product is carried at Oreilly, Carquest, and NAPA stores only. Tell the Autoparts people what you want to fix. There are about 16 different products with this name. You need the correct Application for your problem. It can free up engines.
Next, Oreillys and Autozone will do a free scan of your car. They can tell you if they can get it to register on their machine. This way you have a second opinion and can verify whether your car is registering or not.
If you find you have to get rid of this car, there are Salvage yards in the paper, there is Craigslist on the Web. You can call around and see what the vehicle is worth. Scrap prices are up. But you could find someone on Craigslist who may buy it for more than $200.
I do not know what a can of Lubegard will cost, but if you want to try something, clean oil, and new filter, and Lubegard is about all you can do.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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